Speaker: Dr Emma Sherratt, University of New England, Armidale NSW
Macroevolutionary studies, those concerned with evolution above the species level, are important to understand how the diversity of organisms we see around us came to be.
Speaker: Diana Fisher, School of Biological Sciences, University of Queensland
In some genera of small insect-eating marsupials but in no other mammals, escalating stress hormones during the breeding season cause immune system collapse, haemorrhaging, and
Speaker: Camile Moray, Bromham Lab, EEG, RSB
Salinity is a growing threat to global plant biodiversity and agriculture, especially in Australia where nearly one third of the irrigated land is salt-threatened.
Speaker: Aaron Darling, Faculty of Science, University of Technology
Microorganisms play crucial roles in nearly every ecosystem, from the human body to the soil and sea.